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"Of The Sea" by painter Heide Trepanier. (Courtesy of the artist and Reynolds Gallery)
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"Untitled 3," by Sally Mann (courtesy of the artist, Gagosian Gallery and Reynolds Gallery)
At the Reynolds Gallery from Sept. 18 through Oct. 30, photographer Sally Mann and Richmond painter Heide Trepanier present new works that are related through subject and technique.
Mann lives in Rockbridge County, and her “Six Rivers” collection offers landscape portraits of mist-shrouded shores and detailed stony outcroppings displayed in large-format prints. Her views are of several rivers that run through Virginia, including the Blackwater, the James and the Piankatank. Her memoir, Hold Still, is out and available at the gallery.
Trepanier’s “Perverse Totems” often resemble wavering reflections of strange landscapes on otherworldly waters. In this new work, she’s floating alcohol-based inks on the surface of milk and water and photographing the chemical changes.
An opening reception for the artists will be held Friday from 7 to 9 p.m., with a book signing of Mann's memoir from 7 to 7:30 p.m. 355-6553 or reynoldsgallery.com.